Dr Paul De Ieso is an experienced radiation oncologist consulting at Icon Cancer Centre, Moreland. In 2000, he completed his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) degree at the University of Adelaide and became a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) in 2009.
He was awarded the RANZCR Windeyer Fellowship at Mount Vernon Cancer Centre and then completed a three year Fellowship at the Royal Marsden Hospital. During his four years in London, Dr De Ieso fostered strong professional relationships with medical and radiation oncologists that evolved into scientific publication, ongoing clinical collaborations and he developed a wide ranging oncological experience.
In 2013, Dr De Ieso commenced his radiation oncology career in Darwin, providing much needed radiation oncology services to the people of the Top End of Australia. During his role, he provided satellite services to Alice Springs and was lead clinician for the introduction of the Northern Territory prospective prostate cancer clinical registry. He was also clinical lead for the introduction of Deep Inspiration Breath Hold (DIBH) techniques for breast cancer patients requiring radiation therapy.
He has provided radiation oncology services to the people of Melbourne, while working at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in both the skin cancer and head/neck cancer units for over two years. Dr De Ieso is passionate about the use of advanced radiation therapy technologies to reduce the side effects of therapy while optimising patient outcomes.
With a number of first and co-authored cancer-related publications involving various tumour sites, Dr De Ieso has a particular clinical interest in skin cancer, breast cancer, gastrointestinal cancer, urological cancer and soft tissue sarcomas. His scientific publication list can be viewed on PUBMED.